Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 76, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1943 Page: 1 of 8

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AMERICANS EDGE CLOSER TO ROMMEL’S ESCAPE
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Only a few minutes after this Nazi submarine was photographed on the North Atlantic through a
telephoto lens, it was sent to the bottom. Gunners can be seen on deck during duel with the Cana-
dian corvette that later sank the sub with depth bombs. (Passed by Canadian censor. Official Royal
§ Canadian Navy photo released by Universal Pictures for “Corvettes in Action.’’)
# Rain Gauge Approaches Two
Inches In Sweetwater Area
' RAIN FALLS
ROUTE AS HE RATTLES BRITISH
14$ ALLIED
Yanks Beat Nazi Tank Units
A I. .1,1 HI) HEADQUARTERS,
North Africa, March 25 —(.UP)
—The hardest fighting of the
North African war is raging in
the bloody breach that the
British Highth army has driven
in the Mareth line, and front re-
ports indicated today that Mar-
shall Erwin Rommel had been
forced to split his armored for-
ces into four units to oppose
allied columns crowding him
toward the sea.
The roar of big guns and the
crash of tombs from an all-out
allied aerial attack were heard
along the northern end of the
Mareth line where the Germans
went fighting desperately to sta-
ve off a British break-through.
Meanwhile, today’s allied com-
munique reported that Ameri-
can patrols in south-central Tun-
isia carried out extensive opera-
tions and tightened the ring
that is pushing the Afrika Korps
eastward toward Gabes and
Sfax.
Initial Press < otTcspond-
cnl l . It. < iinningliam \\i(li
(lie American first division
in file field, reported thill
Hie southern eolunin of the
Ainei ii an loeees I id won
(he fil l round in tlieir elasli
with tin veteran German
; tmol ed units.
Standing on high ground in
the HI Guettar region, Cunning-
ham said he counted 15 burned
out. German lank yesterday.
SNIPS NEAR
IBRALTAR'
li.v I orri-on Salisbury
LONDON .March 25 —(UP)
-Mar.-hul Erwin Rommel and
They were knocked .nit in Tues- Gen. Sir 1' rnard L. Montgom
day’s fightiu an I yesterday tae | ery were slugging it out at tin
See YAN'KS Page H
West Texas’ Leading City More Than 15,000 Headers
Sweetwater reporter
OVER MOST
OF TEXAS
By I'nited Press
Gcncial rainfall tli.it eovered
much of the state and broke the
back of a prolonged dry spell
appeared to lie easing off today
Early weather forecasts pre-
dicted I lie heavy rain is ended.
Right rains, however, may eon
line.
The rain blanketed east and
north Texas, extended west to
Midland and Big Spring and
stretched south to the gulf.
It was hailed with joy by
ranchers and stockmen and is
vived crop hopes in the hear,
of both city victory gardners
and farmers.
Although a light drizzle
i-Diilfiiui-il through most of
the night, north Texas re-
eeivetl most of its heavy ruin
before midnight.
Weather bun au reports indi
cated Dallas had one of the hea-
viest rainfall- of the area where
2.8(1 indict- fell during the last
21 hours. The total for the last
IS hours was :!.().” inches.
„ The heaviest rain since July
i of last year—2.87 inches from
its start iate yesterday through
8:30 a. in. today—deluged Holt
ton. Heaviest part of the rain
came between midnight, and I
a. m. wtien precipitation of 1.32
inches was recorded at the
downtown weather nlis rvatory.
However, except, for titat pe-
riod of hard downpour, the
Houston rain was of the slow
soaking type that farmers and
victory gardners have been hop-
ing for.
Rainfall at Austin yesterday
and last niglu was 2.52 inches
Lower Colorado river author
ity received reports that general
rain fell in the area from San
Angelo to Abilene and south in
Austin. Reports to the authority
showed Abilene 2.50 inches, Bar
linger 2.33. Menard l.!)7, Brady
.8, Llano I, Sterling City 2.15.
Marshall Ford .2, and Buchan
an 1.71.
A soaking rain that began fall
mg about 8 a. in., Wednesday
continuing throughout the day
and night gauged 1.85 inches at
7:.'i() a. m.. bringing bright pro-
spects to row crops, gardens and
slock ranges.
The heaviest amount of the
rain fell early Wednesday when
M. C Manioc, volunteer fore-
caster, measured an inch li.y day-
break. A drizzle that brought, in-
termittent showers added the ad-
ditional .85 Wednesday afternoon
and night.
Although spotted areas were
driest in years, the rainfall for
the first three months of the
year far exceeds that of last year
lor the same period when oniv
.58 was recorded for January.
February and March. In. 1D11
the county was soaked with .’>.()•>
inches for the same period, but
in 1940 the climate was more
arid with a total of 1.28 inches
for tile three months.
The full was genera I nvi-r
this area of West Texas,
Snyder, reporting oiilj a
sprinkle early Wednesday,
got a good liaeil snaking rain
before late afternoon and a
total of 1.3$ ineiirs was rr-
porled. Itronte reported a 3-
inili downpour; llamlin. Ko-
lan, Itoliy and Itig Spring all -
got moisture totaling from I
tu 2 inelies, and milking
fanners and ranchers .jubi-
lant. •
Ballinger and Coleman toward
tile south got from I to two and
half inches The panhandle re-
ceived only traces, but ruin was
forecast.
Mant'oe f orecast continued
eloudim ss, unsettled and colder
this morning.
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HUY IT IN SWEETWATER
‘West Texas’ Leading Newspaper”
DEDICATED TO SERVICE
46th Year
Sweetwater, Texas, Thursday, March 25, 1943
Number 76
I *A Will 'SK A. Ok la., March 25 |
(t'l') Tli fatuous <huge Hills
—rich in legend and Indian oil
lot tunes-this year will make
their greatest coiN.ribution to
the nation's meat supply.
First of I he thousands of < ' ;
tie, which annually are fatten-
ul on the lusll gra-s of Osage
county, began moving in this
w< ok.
The beef anim d - are shipped
to the Indian lands, controlled
end leased l» the federal gov
eminent, from all over Oklaho-
ma and ea -'torn Toxa -
County Agent Fred Ahrbcrg
said today that the pastures are
in good condition, and prosper s
are that they will fatten the larg-
gest number of cattle they ever
have.
See OSAGE Page 8
RUML SKIP
TAX 'BONUS'
ASSAILED
Sla'f Promotions
At Avenger Field
Are Annomued
WASHINGTON. March 25
(UP) Chairman Robert
Dough ton, D.. N. C.. of the house
w ay - and means committee, to-
day assailed the Ruml
year” income tax plan n
and urged the house not to von
it a If a Ihuuis of "hloiHI money at
PL9SSER-PRINCE
AND COUNTY RED
CROSS DONORS
With Red Cross War fund to-
tal-' for Swcetwuler and Nolan
County over 87,900 beyond the
doubled quota of $12,000 for
U)i:!, this - area's financial con-
tribution for tin- organization's
work of mercy at home anil at
war fronts continued to grow
today. Persons who were miss-
ed in tlic Intensive canvass are
making personal contributions
directly to the chairman, Carl
Anderson for the county, and
Clayton Williams, chairman for
the city.
Names of all donors to date
have been reported in, and will
be published from day to day
in the Reporter.
... i (Continued list of I’losser-
"T 1 Prince donors follows):
" 11 '1 ; Paul II. Btuikson $5, It. P
I iolilcn 81, Fred Brel c 8 I. Reno
.1 Coriuier $5, .1. Is. Craddock
82, Ralph E. Eimnert. SI, David
I. l-ostor S3, IJo.vd Weldon
A number of promotions among on pay-as-you-go income tax col-
olfleer pt rsonnel, and two in the Auction methods
iion-commissioned ranks of the | Uie least wliicli could b-
I S Army detachment at Av- asked of us that we pay our
t-nger field ha- bee n announce I i '-sxi s on incomes which have
1 -.v Major 1.. H. McConnell, com- { tdready been earned and enjoy
j (In expense of men on the figlr-
j ing fronts.”
Doughton -.poke in support of, . ,, ,, ...
bis committee's hill to start Julv George 8a, \\ tlliam C . Hat pet
! I levying a 2(1 per cent with- *2, Hal'th E. Harris $2.;>0, John
I holding lax to lie applied again,i J 1 '•( iiry 95. Fred I-. Iltghi 8a,
I 1912 income taxes. He opened j Hub: rt .1. Iloogcrwerl 81. Joint
I the long-awaited house debate I F. Hosier $3.
Clinton I, Hubbard $5, Robert
C Johnson jr.. $5, Donald .1
n>
i.t.
manding
The pronot ion ar :
Robert \. St< ver, 1st
captain
Fred I. I ’at tersi in. jr.. 1st I.t !■
Captain, flight surg on
Louis A. Handt'ick. 2d I.t. to
1st Lt.
Leo K Strolile. 2d Lt. to 1st I.
.Ino. E. Upliam, 2d Lt to 1st
ed,” Doughton said. "Let us not
bi misled. Lit us face the issue
-quarely and sincerely. We
Sc III ML Page 2
Weather Forecast
Ity L'nili-I Press
EAST TEXAS
Little chan-
ge in temperature: showers and
Win .1. Gem in, 2d I.t to Is, Lt. | loi al thunderstorms this after-
Clarence Krueger, Cpl. to Sgt
Alvin E. Stanieek, Cpl. to Sg:
Lt.
Recently promoted but al-
ready announc d:
Philip H. Rohr. 2nd
1st Lt.
William Keen, 2nd Lt.
1,1 j
noon and near upper coast and
in the north portion tonight.
WES TEX \S - Little change
in tempt i att i c this afternoon
and tonight, except, slightly war-
imr in t c FI Paso area LonJjL K>h|(i|. jr s- ., \\y None: I
Landry $2.50, Guy M. Lavender
82.50. Naron II. Lee '85, Dale
K Marsh $3, I.arus lx. McEl
yea 85. Earl I. Medlicott $10. H.
j-; Merchant 85, .1 R Nelson 8]
Fred Nesper $2.50, Eulus A. Par-
ker 85. Floyd V. Pengra 82.
Hail W. Pinksrd 82.50, Willard
William Poles/, $2, James II
Pollard 85. Kermlt L. Rea''is
$5.
Elmer A. Riley $10. Jack K
Rinehart $-5, Eugene A Robi-
son 85. Clarke II Rowe $.», Ar-
thur C Slocum $2.50, G.
Smith 85. Charles M. Sproulc 85.
C. I Stanfi Id 85. John Lesley
Thomas si. .1. O Vineyard, jr..
s5, Harold W Wood $2.50. Clark
Brackett $5, .lack Clark $5.
Cha .lenkinson 810. George
U. S. TROOPS
CAPTURE 600
GERMAN!
St. Louis Man Becomes Food
Czar In New Roosevelt Act
north end of the Mareth line
while American troops intensi-
fied the threat to Rommel's rear
by edging to within less than
25 mile of the Tunisian coastal
road.
While grappling with the 8th
army at th Mareth line, Rom-
mel apparently had to scatter
hi- strength to meet other al-
lied forces closing in on his
in South Tunisia,
the lines American
struck a telling
(Vi communications to
ith a daylight raid on
ia. Sicilian port of embar-
LLIES Page 4
P-
Belli
blow ;
At rica
See
J .ON DON, Mari 2.4 (CP)
The Algiers radio said at 9 a.
m Algiers time t->• Inv that Brit-
ish troops have breached the
Mareth line near the coast, of
Southern Tunisia.
Following the break-through,
the broadcast said, British tanks
went, into action.
A British outflanking column
was said to he “pursuing an en-
veloping movement” around the
Matmata hills, on which the
Mareth line is mounted, and en
countering fierce resistance 12
12 miles from El Hamma, 20
miles due west of the Port
Gabes.
Further northwest, the broad-
cast said, French troops are ad-
vancing eastwards along the
(holt Djrrid (salt lake).
"The enemy is straining all
power and making desperate ef-
forts to maintain himself in
Tunisia,” the broadcast said.
V \S11!NGTON, March 25—(UP) -The Whin II-see announc-
ed today that President Roosevelt has set up a new administration
of food production and distribution in the department of agricul-
ture.
(,'he.stci G. Davis, now president of the Federal Re erve Rank
at st. Louis, was named administrator of the new unit.
Tin- administrator will have charge of wk.il may lx- -ailed
the food production and distribution activities of the depart-
ment,” the White House said, ‘-including the agricultural adjust-
ment
CFreinauf! Ci'ed
For Promotion To
'H? hr Genera!’
Greeks Planning
To Foiiow Allies
Through Balkan
I, Ghennault
s. Ghennault,
now in Army
as nominated
major general
LONDON.
H’P
\
7 Reclassified
By Nolan Board
administration, the foodi f"
distribution activities that wor ; / '■ " ';
transferred to the department ‘ . ‘f, "
of agriculture by the war pro
duction board last December.
Reclassified into 1-A by the
Nolan county Selective Service;
of ' Board were seven men, includ- ]
ing Robert English, Edgar Arm-
strong, Richard Nelson, Billie
McClinton, Merrett Staten, Os-
car Jackson and Arthur Swain.
Audrey Perkins, classified 1-C
was accepted for service.
The board still lias no official ;
data as to when they will start
Here reported lia-ti
their Balkan defens
bor recently transferred to the ',7kf(.'.:
and the recruitment of farm la- |
lr the Gal'sa sector of the
soutli-centra! front, the sta-
tion said, A inrrienii troops
repulsed an attack by an
err my division, wrecking
iiiiini-roiis tanks and ruptur-
ing (too Gent >m prisoners.
Other American troops cast
of Maknassy. IS miles east nor-
theast of Gafsa, have run. inti
department by the war manpow-
er commission.”
Davis was reported to
have agreed to take the post
on a basis that he have
equal power* with war pro-
duction board Chairman
Donald Nelson and stabiliza-
tion Director James I-’. By-
I lies.
mail :
ill
the
return already hat
and hinted ihui
leaders would mov
quarters frog Lou
soon to he ready
allied invasion follow- ixpul-ioo •
of Axis forces from north Africa.
The announcement - was made
on the occasion of Greece ind •
pi ndenc. day
King George II Premiet E ’.
He was said to have imposed
calling for fathers. It is believed j four other conditions: Complete i . ,, . ., .
that none will he reclassified be- : power over food production pmt- , , l!m Ap, ..
tore May I ciis: final authority on^tarm and .lh|e . rn js In m. - -
Testimony In
On Infanticide
AMARILLO, Tex., March 25
-(/UP) — Both the prosecution
food price policies,
! that additional steel
made quickly available for pro-
I duction of increased farm ma-
! ehinery, and full authority bv
; tlu war manpower commission
Sever the farm labor supply
wmrante ! "lcnei1 dailv '»>■ Huml. o-I
Plots escaping across the
terranean
of P'l
Modi
lit It It I \\ Mil I I II
stiffened axis resistance, accord- and defense had completed their
ing to the hroa-lcas.i hut cap- '-llrel't testimony today m the
turc-1 mam prisoners murder trial ol Doiothy I- > s-
Tlie allied air offensive wa- ha'- D''l'tlv l^vca'’..l;l hrunete
said to have risen to unparaliel-i )v'10 *cd pmson to tel o\i s
ed intensity with British light : in,anl son- .....
bombers attacking enemy troop] Dorotli) ; ’ n,V, f*., , .,
concentral ions throughout ves- j ’att' J0-'!*-’1 ’• J1.-' 1,1 '11 1
poison to iittle Johnnie
Texas Labor Bi!l
Passed By Senaie
terdav
TODAYS
WAR
MOVES
AUSTIN, Tex., March —
(UP)—The Texas senate today
passed finally with amendments
the bill by Rep. Durwood Mar.-
Scott, ford of Smiley lo regulate labor
lt! months old, because -lie want . union-
ed to live with his father, Horn ! The vote on final passage m
or Scott, and thought that the | the senate wa- 13 ayes to eight
boy was in the way. noes, with one pair.
.......v______ | Manford said lie had not de
cided if he will ask the house
to accept the senate changes.
No additional amendment was
made today. Only motion made
when the bill was called up was
for its final passage as amen l-
\VAS111 \G I ON. Maicli yesterday.
I i UP) — American fliers started j ,t' js possib!e the senate -u-
a fire in another raid on Kahili. t;(jg mi" reacit llu house i->
Japanese air base in the north- ! morrow. Voting against the hill
i west Solomons, and attacked an (,n fjnal passage were Sens. CL .
Gotten of Palestine. W. C. Grav-
el of Dallas, Grady Hazlewood
of Amarillo, Chas. R. Jones of
Bonham. Wardlow Lane of Ccn-
LONDON. March 25
E. N Van Kk ffen-. fm • v
Istcr of the Netherlands i
. lneni m exile, sharply |
ed today again-t any i* 1c
(,ieut Britain, ill- United
.-nil Ru--;a -liouM a no
mary responsibility for
| arc-c of the post-war world
gt
41 More Records
For Men Ai War
It in
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a list
der o
f the
iirm;
y air
Brig.
Gen.
omnic
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India
long
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hard-
icing
mcn,
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lying
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olun*
'hina
i the
impres-
riM
U. S. Fliers Fire
Kahili Airbase
lly Izoui.s I’. Kucnih*
\ I* \\;n Analyst
While th allied campuign
North Afri'-a proceeds to tin - enemy ship in the Shortianu is-
apparent satisfaction of the high land area nearby, the navy an-
command, despite the most for nounced today. , .
ocious German resistance, issu I lie attack on Kahili. "Inch is
es wliic-l! have an even more im on the southern end of Bougain- , tc r. I. J. Sulak of La Grang-.
portant"hearing on the course ville Island, was carried out ky W in. K Stone of Galveston and
of the war me Struggling for Iii> Living Fortresses and torpedo i Kyle N'ick of W aco Sen. B.
spot light in | ondon homliers Results of the attack ! ro-o Metcalfe of San \ngelo v.
•I hev arc Gcrmanv's inten-i on the ship were not observed, i paired with al.-wilt-.n Sen. Bn
fied submarine campaign and Ml our plant s returned from Lull", ky.f Snyder Metcalfe U
the' development of allied air these missions me aeain-t the lull. _________________
forces to the point, where Ger ]
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in the
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provide
armed
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NAZI SMOLENSK DEFENSE i cMBLING
BEFORE RFD HAND-TO-HAND ATTACKS
RA MOV I M I ND Ml
and in the Panhandle and
th Plains this afternoon.
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85. I!. C. Robert- $.5, Lloyd O
'olherg 85. Earl G Harris $2.50,
J. . Bennett $2.10. P P Bar-
rett 82.50. I. F. Bryant 85. Gt r
nun- V Burnett 82.50. Raymond
Burnett 82.40, Marion F Greed
$3. R. R. Cooper $5. I. A. Coop
er $3. I. A Crutcher $3. Roljert
L Da I by 81, Marvin Dickey
many will he helpless under it:
attacks
There is no doubt among al-
lied military expeits concern-;
ing tile eventual outcome of the
Tunisia battle. Rommel is fight-
ing a delaying action and doing t
well at it. How long he can hold |
out is a subject of which allied ;
Sic W \R MOVES Page 5
Revised Red Cross Fund Report
Morris E Davis $N. Jesse M
Fails $2.50. Charles P>. Fletch
er S:t. William Frank Fletcher
$5, FI inn. Sidney B. 82.50, llay
mond C. Franklin $1.30, Wil-
liam T I- nil".....I $3, Roy C. Gil-
more $5, L. M, Gray $2 A. J.
Grecnwav $3. John W. Hill $1,
Tom W .Hill $2, Ira Truman
Ivison $3.50. John S. Jenkinson
$10. Dano Baxter Lambert SB
R. LO. Lee $2.40. Lillian McCord
See RED CROSS Page 0
Annual County
Audit Completed
The annual county audit lias
been completed this week by C
A Niemier of Lubbock, and a
report of the financial status of
the report will he forthcoming
soon.
County Judge Delas Reeves
said that the auditor would
give a summary of the audit at
tlie next commissioners’ court
session April 12,
\ i-rtisnl i <-|>< HI mi tilt- llcil ( in" ID lit Mar I mill ilrivi
ill \ulaii 1-111111!.'. as lit today, follows, willi tin- names of tin
chairmen:
Sw i-ct xi al Cl", fla'ton Williams
Itosi-oi', Dr. T. D. Vonng
Itlarkwell. 'Ii-s. Austin Jordan
Area Southwest of Koscoc. 'Its. Heim-
Divide, Mrs. Walter George
Itlaeklauil. Henry Itaylnirn
Slampi-r and I’liim Creek. Ill Caxer
Wastella, Mes Frank Clerkler
Brownlee. Allntet Itaiuiefeld
Ada and Cottonwood, A. H. Hutchins
Champion. Mrs. II. H Bennett
Maryneal, Mrs. David Burrows
Highland. A. J. Hunter
While Flat. A. H. MeKlnmrra'
Bitter Creek. Mrs. Bill Boyd
Hylton. Mrs. M. K. Hunter
Weaver Springs, Clarence Demere
M A R(
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